Published on: March 29, 2021

Brown & Connery Welcomes New Associates in 2020

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Source: Professional Announcements
Published on: March 23, 2021

Celebrating Women’s History Month 2021

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Source: www.brownconnery.com
Published on: February 17, 2021

In Honor of Black History Month

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Source: Black History Month 2021
Published on: July 20, 2020

Shawn C. Huber, Esquire to be NBI Faculty Member at National Business Institute Course, “Civil Trial From Start to Finish”

Shawn C. Huber, Esquire will be a NBI faculty member at a National Business Institute course on September 24, 2020 titled “Civil Trial From Start to Finish.” The program provides “an engaging study of each key step of civil trial to gain the skills of experienced courtroom attorneys and practical pointers that you can use during your next trial.” To register, please go to the following link:  https://www.nbi-sems.com/86389ER?ctname=NBI-Email_Faculty_SelfPromo_DL1&affil=NBI&utm_source=sfmc&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NBI-Email_Faculty_SelfPromo_DL1

 

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Source: https://www.nbi-sems.com/
Published on: May 12, 2020

New Jersey Supreme Court Decides Case in Favor of Brown & Connery, LLP’s Client

Brown & Connery, LLP is pleased to share that on May 12, 2020, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided New Jersey Transit Corp. v. Sanchez in our client’s favor.  This was a workers’ compensation subrogation matter as the result of an automobile crash.  Our employer client sought reimbursement of medical and temporary and permanent indemnity payments made to an employee from an accident from the negligent tortfeasor.  The trial court held that the verbal threshold defense barred our client’s claim, pursuant to longstanding precedent, and dismissed the case.  However, on appeal, the Appellate Division disagreed and held that the verbal threshold defense did not bar the claim since the claim was for economic loss as opposed to noneconomic loss.  The New Jersey Supreme Court granted certification and agreed, overruling that prior precedent and now allowing employers to assert such claims.  This is a tremendous victory for our client and all other employers in New Jersey as well as workers’ compensation insurers and their third-party administrators.  The matter was handled by partner Shawn C. Huber.

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Source: Law.com
Published on: March 3, 2020

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Source: Women's History Month
Published on: February 5, 2020

Brown & Connery Announces New Partner in 2020

Brown & Connery, LLP is pleased to announce that Gina M. Roswell has become a Partner with the Firm.

Gina M. Roswell is a partner with the firm and concentrates her practice in civil litigation on behalf of individuals, public entities, small businesses and large, international corporations. Her practice includes complex commercial and employment disputes, product liability claims, subrogation actions and personal injury matters.

Ms. Roswell has substantial litigation experience in both Federal and State courts in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, handling a variety of matters, including contract and insurance disputes, product liability defense, fraud and deceptive practices, personal injury defense, insurance defense, employer/employee disputes and public entity subrogation and tort claims.

Brown & Connery, LLP is also pleased to welcome the following attorneys who joined our firm:

Of Counsel

W. Thomas McBride

Associates

Justin R. Callow

Christine M. Braswell

Molly M. Doyle

Sean P. O’Brien

Hailey C. Arbelo

Travis K. Jablonski

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Source: Brown & Connery Announces New Partner in 2020
Published on: May 7, 2019

Partner, Louis Lessig, Joins The Podcast “Inevitable: The Future Of Work” To Discuss “Legality Of HR In The Modern Era”

Our partner, Louis Lessig recently joined Amy Dufrane, CEO of HRCI, and Joe Mechlinski, CEO of SHIFT on their new podcast, Inevitable: The Future of Work to discuss “Legality of HR in the Modern Era” and more specifically employment litigation in the areas of discrimination, harassment, hostile work environments, the #metoo movement, and wage and hour irregularities. Episode 007 of the podcast is part of their ongoing discussions with thought leaders who converse over issues related to societal and workplace adversity, showcasing the changes (or lack thereof) organizations are making to create the best work environment for today’s modern workplace.

Listen to other episodes, review, and subscribe to hear Amy and Joe get real with prolific icons and influencers to talk about our rapidly evolving world, changes in the workplace, and everything in between. The Future is now. Are you ready?

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Source: Inevitable: The Future of Work
Published on: May 7, 2019

Shawn C. Huber, Esquire To Be A Moderator At Upcoming New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education Seminar “A New Frontier: How NJT v. Sanchez Changed the Relationship Between Workers’ Comp & Personal Injury Law

Shawn C. Huber, Esquire will be a moderator at a New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education Seminar on May 21, 2019 titled “A New Frontier:  How NJT v. Sanchez Changed The Relationship Between Workers’ Comp & Personal Injury Law.” The program provides “practical analysis and strategies for handling issues involving the Appellate  Division’s reasoning in the Sanchez case, as well as guidance and strategies in your practice to handle similar cases…” To register, please go to the following link: https://tcms.njsba.com/personifyebusiness/njicle/CLEPrograms/NJICLEEventsCalendar/MeetingDetails.aspx?productId=43111857ink

 

 

 

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Source: New Jersey Institute for Continued Legal Education
Published on: March 8, 2019

Women’s History Month 2019

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Source: Women's History Month